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ASHLY CONNECTS AT ST. PETERSBURG CATHOLIC DIOCESE CONFERENCE CENTER

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ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 2011: The Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida designed the Archbishop Favalora Conference Center in nearby Lutz, Florida to be more than just a sterile and cerebral place for meetings. Built on an idyllic little lake and part of the larger Bethany Center, the new building sets a spiritual and reflective tone for the Diocese and for the other groups that rent it. Its three large meeting rooms can be combined depending on the nature of the event, and its three smaller rooms accommodate breakout sessions. A wraparound porch encourages informal conversation and camaraderie. When the center’s sound reinforcement and room combining system were not working correctly, it took the Diocese very little time to call in its audio engineering consultant of twenty years, Randi Crooks of Magnum Audio Group (Tampa, Florida), to gut and replace it. more

Made for image perfection: F35 wqxga projector now shipping

The F35 wqxga is also supported by projectiondesign’s unmatched 24/7 warranty, which can be supported for up to five years.

The F35 wqxga is also supported by projectiondesign’s unmatched 24/7 warranty, which can be supported for up to five years.

The world’s first 2,560 x 1,600 WQXGA resolution DLP® projector is now available from projectiondesign®.

“projectiondesign is known to be first with introducing the industry’s most innovative products, and our F35 wqxga projector continues that tradition. The F35 wqxga was first shown in 2010 more

Digital Projection Expands Technical Services Team with Two Key Management Appointments

ATLANTA, GA – March 14, 2011 – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, recently expanded their technical services department with two key position placements. Ten-year DPI veteran Mark Fuell has been appointed to the newly created position of Field Engineering Manager. Additionally, Troy Cobb has been hired as DPI’s Technical Services Manager, where he has already begun to operate the schedule and workflow of the various technical services divisions within the company. These appointments are the latest in a recent round of infrastructure investment that includes numerous new hires, operational systems, as well as the significant expansion of DPI’s US headquarters.

Having previously served as Technical Services Manager for DPI, Mark Fuell will both oversee DPI’s US-based field technicians as well as participate in on-site client service calls as Field Engineering Manager. With ten years of experience supporting DPI customers and products, more

Digital Projection Adds New Regional Market Development Manager for Northwest US

Dan Benjamin, Northwest Market Development Manager DPI

ATLANTA, GA – March 14, 2011 – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, recently announced the appointment of Dan Benjamin to the position of Northwest Market Development Manager. Benjamin has already begun to assume responsibilities managing all of DPI’s sales through the company’s extensive Commercial A/V, Home Cinema and Staging channels in the Northwestern U.S., as well as western Canadian region.

Benjamin is yet another key personnel addition in a recent round of infrastructure investment that includes numerous new hires, as well as the significant expansion of DPI’s US headquarters in Georgia. With over 13 years of experience in the electronics industry, Benjamin is a knowledgeable and technically proficient asset to the integrators, consultants and industry partners in his territory. Furthermore, most of Benjamin’s experience in more

DANLEY HELPS BELLE AIRE BAPTIST CHURCH CLEAR THE AIR

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MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE – MARCH 2011: Belle Aire Baptist Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee had a problem. Despite the fact that its gorgeous facility was only a decade old, the sound system for its 1,600-seat sanctuary had progressed from bad to worse. Although its blended worship style didn’t call for hammering SPLs or thunderous bass, it most certainly called for good full-range coverage and intelligibility, both of which were seriously lacking. The church called on Murfreesboro-based Essential Audio to build an audio system they could be proud of. Danley Sound Labs full-range cabinets and subwoofers now deliver even coverage and crisp intelligibility.

“They had a few related problems,” said Ben Williams, owner of Essential Audio. “Coverage was lacking. The main cluster had too narrow a vertical beam width and was aimed too high. Most of direct energy missed the ground floor entirely. A few years ago, they installed front-fill loudspeakers on more

Shotoku Broadcast Systems To Enhance Manual Range With New Pedestal and Pan & Tilt Head

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PRODUCTS WILL DEBUT AT NAB 2011 IN BOOTH C 8528

Torrance, CA (February 18, 2011) – Shotoku Broadcast Systems, international manufacturer of a full line of camera support equipment, is enhancing its manual range with three new products to be launched at NAB 2011. A pneumatic pedestal, perfect counter-balance pan & tilt head, and positional calibration system will all be shown for the first time in Booth C8528.

NEW PRODUCT TP200 2-Stage Pneumatic Pedestal
Shotoku’s newly developed TP200 2-stage pneumatic pedestal has a maximum payload of 177 lbs. and supports a wide-range of camera configurations. Its innovatively designed column and base offers maximum stability and great operational flexibility. One-step foot brake and single-action cable enables precise movements and control at all times and fast and easy positioning.

NEW PRODUCT SX300 perfect counter-balance Pan & Tilt Head
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Apantac Debuts TAHOMA-DE-12/16 “Universal? Multiviewer at NAB2011

Apantac LLC expands its TAHOMA-DE line of Universal Multiviewers with the addition of the TAHOMA-DE-12/16. It will be demonstrated at NAB2011, booth N2530.

The TAHOMA-DE 12-16 Universal Multiviewers accept 12 or 16 HDMI, DVI, VGA, YPbPr, YC , Composite as well as 3G/HD/SD-SDI sources for multi-image display.

One of the most compact Universal Multiviewers on the market, the TAHOMA-DE-12/16 supports up to 16 inputs in 2RU.

The TAHOMA-DE-12/16 complements the TAHOMA-DE-4/8, which were launched at NAB last year. All TAHOMA-DE models support DVI/HDMI/VGA outputs at resolutions up to 2048×1080 (50 / 60 Hz), including support for 1080p. They also support an optional HD / SD-SDI output.

The TAHOMA-DE Multiviewers include an integrated CATx extender for extending sources up to 115 feet.

Apantac’s TAHOMA platform utilizes a skin technology that allows users to customize their on-screen display of graphics including; borders, labels, fonts, more

LOAD TESTED TOUGH

Installer’s Choice PTN racks from Liberty AV built for maximum loads

Installer’s Choice PTN Racks

Installer’s Choice PTN Racks from Liberty AV

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, February 8, 2010—With a static test load rating of 12,250 lbs., Liberty AV’s Installer’s Choice PTN rack enclosures have a capacity that is virtually unrivaled within the marketplace. Perfect for applications with high volumes of cabling, every PTN rack features welded construction and fully adjustable mounting rails to provide optimal support and the flexibility to house a wide range of AV components.

Increasing the overall width of each PTN rack to 24 inches, the wider main channels found throughout the line are central to making the equipment enclosures perfect for managing larger cable bundles. With rack depths offered in both 27.5 and 32.5-inch configurations, the series comes in 24RU, 37RU, more

CUTTING EDGE

Liberty AV leads with Installer’s Choice Razor Series

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, February 8, 2011—Including fixed, tilting, and articulating mounts designed to support flat panel displays of all sizes and description, the Installer’s Choice Razor Series is in stock and now shipping from Liberty AV Solutions.

Fixed mounts within the Razor Series include models IC32F, IC60F, and IC71F. Capable of accommodating panel sizes ranging from 23 to 71 inches and weights up to 100 pounds, these low-profile mounts complement the slim, contemporary design of today’s streamlined displays, placing them just .8 of an inch away from the wall. Mounting patterns offered among these three models range from 200×100 on up to 800×400.

Once again supporting displays weighing up to 100 pounds and mounting them a mere .8 of an inch from the wall, models IC32T, IC60T, and IC71T are tilting mounts found within the Razor Series. Made for more

ACCESSORIZE AND GET ORGANIZED

Installer’s Choice ETN Series racks from Liberty AV give better order to AV components

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, February 8, 2011—With vented side panels and a heavy duty caster base listed among standard items offered with every Installer’s Choice ETN Series rack listed within the Liberty AV catalog, the product group can be tailor-made to the unique specifications of any application by selecting from a host of accessories designed to give better organization to AV components.

With static load ratings of 12,250 pounds, ETN racks are available in six different heights (18RU, 21RU, 27RU, 35RU, 40RU, and 44RU), depths of 20 and 25 inches, and a width of 22 inches. Fully-welded construction insures strength and stability, while powder coated black finishes protect against scratches and dings. Internally within each rack, two pair of fully adjustable, more

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